Rock City Eats has been covering the Central Arkansas food scene for nearly seven years now. We’ve had many excellent writers and photographers come and go in that time, and for the past couple of years, it’s primarily been me and editor-in-chief Greg Henderson doing most of the work. For …




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Thanksgiving week is here, which usually means a quiet week without much happening. That’s not the case this year, starting with Rebel Kettle and an insane Black Friday line-up. The brewery is releasing three beers that day to go with its Black Friday brunch menu. First up is Mouthful of …




The beauty of the 1836 Club has always been the ability to transform itself into what the members are needing at any given time. Day-to-day it is a great place to stop off for a quiet drink and grab dinner, but it can be a place to hold a private …




Stifft Station cafe and bike shop The Meteor will close its Little Rock location at the end of this month. Its last day is December 1. The Meteor took over the former Spokes bicycle shop in July 2017 and quickly became a reliable community hub for the Stifft Station and …




Less than a year after opening, The Capital’s Seafood House in downtown Little Rock appears to be closed. The electronic marquee last week read “Closed” all week; now, it’s turned completely off and several signs and posters have been removed from the windows. There’s been no response at the listed …




It’s a pretty quiet week in Central Arkansas’ beer scene, but there are still a few items to let you know about. Today at 4 p.m., Lost Forty Brewing’s Freshcut Monday release is S’morest Queen, a variation on the brewery’s popular Forest Queen Milk Chocolate Stout. S’morest Queen takes the …




Low Ivy Catering is offering a great lineup of holiday sides including an option to just get a little of everything. Orders are due by November 23rd, pickup is on the 27th. The full menu is here.  42 Bar and Table has a great lineup including three different turkey options, 2 …




Much like the rest of the country, Little Rock isn’t exactly a tea city. For centuries, coffee has been preferred to tea, going back all the way to the Revolutionary War and a certain tea party in Boston Harbor. In the minds of the colonists, tea became representative of Great …




We are teaming up with the Little Rock Trojans for the inaugural Eat Local/Ball Local event tomorrow night at the Jack Stephen’s Center while the Trojan Women take on LSU for the home opener. Since the branding of the Trojans as “Little Rock’s Team” several years ago, we have worked …




The owners of At the Corner announced today their newest project, Henrietta’s, that will be in the former Andina Cafe located on the corner of 3rd street and River Market Avenue. Co-Owner Helen Grace King says the restaurant “will focus on unique ways to incorporate lush harvest and vegetation into …




Flyway Brewing has a busy week ahead with a couple of events and some old favorites back on tap. On Wednesday, it’s the Flyway for the Birds beer dinner with Audubon Arkansas, featuring five dishes with wild bird meat on the menu. Each of the five courses is paired with …




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